Amravati: Maharashtra Mandir Nyas Adhiveshan to protect and promote temple culture

(From left) H.H. Ashok Patrikar, Pithadhiswar 1008 Shri Shaktiji Maharaj, Upadhya Amnai Mahant Acharya Shri Yakshadev Baba Shastri, Mr Sunil Ghanwat, Advocate Suresh Kaudre, Advocate RB Atal, while lighting the lamp

Amravati: Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh, Shri Devasthan Seva Samiti Vidarbha, Shri Pingaladevi Sansthan, Shri Nageshwar Mahadev Sansthan, Shri Venkatesh Balaji Temple Trust and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti jointly organised a ‘Maharashtra Mandir Nyas Adhiveshan’ at Mahesh Bhavan here. The adhiveshan (Amravati-Vidarbha) was marked by the presence of over 550 temple delegates.

The Adhiveshan began with the lighting of the lamp by 1008 Shri Shakti Maharaj (Pithadhishwar Shri Mahakali Shaktipeeth); H.H. Ashok Patrikar (Sanatan Sanstha); Mr Sunil Ghanwat (Maharashtra and Gujarat State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, as well as the Coordinator of the Mandir Mahasangh); Upadhyay Amnai Mahant Acharya Shri Yakshadev Baba Shastri (President of Yaksha Dev Math at Riddhapur); Advocate Suresh Kaudre (Secretary, Shri Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga Devasthan); and Advocate R.B. Atal (Secretary, Venkatesh Balaji Trust). Mr Ghanwat then presented a review of the Mandir Mahasangh’s work so far.

Trustees and dignitaries who attended the Adhiveshan

Hindus in dire straits after temples stopped providing education on Dharma – Sadguru Swati Khadaye, Dharmapracharak, Sanatan Sanstha

India became a secular country after independence. Since temples stopped providing education on Dharma, Hindus are now in dire straits. People do not know what to do in temples, what to pray for, how to obtain Darshan, what should be offered to God, etc. Sanatan Sanstha started providing this information and Dharmik education about temples in 2005. The HJS conducts 527 Dharmashikshan varg (classes) across the nation. If the devotees are provided education on Dharma, temples will once again become centres of propagation of Dharma.

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